MUKHA ABYANGHA MASSAGE
Traditional Ayurvedic Facial Massage similar to the Japanese Kobido massage. It is a massage that not only nourishes the skin and relaxes the muscles of the face and the whole body but also slows down the ageing process.
Through the manoeuvres and oils used, it promotes sensory stimulation, helps improve circulation, tones and revitalises the skin, giving it a brighter, healthier and younger appearance. It prevents the appearance of wrinkles, softens them and gives firmness to the skin.
This massage, like all Ayurveda massages, goes beyond the face. Through the reflex points of the face that connect with the organs or areas of the body, it also works on an emotional level. That is why it is highly recommended to help reduce stress, tension and anxiety.
Removes facial toxins helping to eliminate them and leaving skin with a special glow.BUY NOW
The Udvartana massage is similar to the Ayurveda Ritual performed in Templo Del Masaje. It is especially indicated for cellulite.
The Ayurveda Udvartana massage is a millenary treatment of Hindu origin, in which a dry powder of medicinal plants and spices are rubbed energetically in the whole body or in the chosen affected zone.
The special powder, which is precooked and used in this treatment, has a depurative, reducing, draining and exfoliating effect.
It is recommended to perform this massage in the spring to perform a general purification of the body, for Kapha dosha imbalances like excessive weight or retention, and in the Vata dosha to improve different ailments.
Its results are excellent, if accompanied by an appropriate daily routine, achieving very satisfactory results.
A 40 or 60 minute treatment is ideal.BUY NOW
SHIRO ABYANGHA MASSAGE
The Shiro Abyangha massage is an Indian head massage. Numerous nerve endings, stress accumulation, muscle blocks, among others, occur in the upper body, head and neck. The word shiro means head in India, and in the Ayurveda tradition there are several massages for the upper body that begin with this word.
Traditionally, Hindu people massage their heads daily. It is even part of a hairdresser or barber shop routine, or part of the daily bath. Starting from a simple Hindu head massage without Ayurvedic oil, there are many other treatments registered for this body area. The head contains strategic areas of the body such as the visual organ, the beginning of the digestive system and part of the respiratory system, the ear, the scalp, the brain inside, and a long etcetera in a space that is not so extensive.
This massage is recommended for neurological diseases, acne and alopecia. It is performed in a seated position and is recommended for 30 to 40 minutes.BUY NOW
The Abyangha massage is the most famous of the Ayurveda massages. It is a massage that works on the whole body except the head and its function is to relax and drain the vital points. This massage is a technique used for health preservation that consists in spreading oil on the skin, applying a massage that combines a series of manual movements, rhythms, intensities and postures, to mobilise and to stimulate the elimination of toxins through our biological systems. It is also used to release muscular tension and to liberate tendons and nerves from the fatigue we accumulate in our daily lives.
It is one of the most complete massages as it relaxes the body and rejuvenates and invigorates bones, muscles and skin. It also stimulates circulation, drainage and the immune system and detoxifies the body. It also improves mental clarity, self-esteem and concentration and relieves pain and energy blockages.
Consistency is important in this massage, as it is more effective in repeated 40 or 60 minute sessions. A previous diagnosis of the Ayurvedic biotype is carried out, which will give the most appropriate intensity and frequency of this massage according to the dosha of the person.
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